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TUI.SA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1020.
MOTHER AWARDED
CUSTODY OF SON
Action for Possession of
Fivo-Ycar-Old Boy Is
Decided.
TO APPEAL DECISION
Grandfather's Petition Over
ruled by .Indue Owen in
District Court.
Denying the petition of Winmin
Vane, erandfntlier of Mrnjiimin
.hip. Jr., t yoarn ,nl(1, In lileh
iistnrtv of III" child wn askid In
i iMilllnnar, .luiifr limn n In
n-irlcl court yenli-rday, doubled In
i .or if thi mother of thn child,
.lady 'WHioon. TM. court found
uom Dm t t1 1 irwiny . whtmh hurt tit:
"uplM four daya. that thn mother
should have tha mint oily nf the. liny
Ullffatlon lias len In prnjri-rwi
between lha kth ixl fii.1 hflr dtiil fhn
mother of the boy for aeveral veirs,
ii the matter of llio dlalrthullnn of
llin natal of llenjamln Viinre. d-
easeil 1at fall, Hi I Hum Vance fir
"IimmtoI I ho iimrt lo ktniiI liliu care
i i ' I custody of hm atnitidMon, lint
il'on hmrlii the iviae, the court de
11 Hint thn mother wan ii iron'r
mil fll parson Into whoan oiurtodv o
plnce llin hoy. Notice of upi'oal from
llin decision wna in.'iili) liy f wj nntl
foi llio arrnndfnlher.
BUY BOOKS WITH CANDY
(Vsitrnl (irnilo School Unpen in limn
Splendid Library,
s"rlen of Ihrcn randy miles cul
minating In a school carnival 'will ho
lin'd dy pupils of llm Central (rrndn
m'Ii ol ilurlim Hi" mi'iilh of March
for i lm purpose of Increasing the
ilionl lllimry fiiml. 1'upllM of 1 1 1
Mlll. PVCIltll llllll eighth KTHlloM Will
sell iwtiily Immediately after school
hi llir iiflorniKin on llin first Hit f
Piidaya of Miirrli. Tim orlniol Puml
nl for which dlffeinnt "stunts" mill
m in will b prepared liy liullvliluiil
riodes, will tako plnco on thn Inst
J'riilay In Miu cli.
t'iindy anion worn decided Hip mosl
ctpnilUmt way of ralsliiR money for
ilio school library at llio regular
inoellnB of tlin Central I'arcnt
ToHolifliy association Wodneaday
iiftprnoon. In 1 1 in unnilnl election of
officers of llm nsaoclntlon Mr. C.
Do Ilriinuer wan elected presi
dent; Mm. Itlchiml Mnwmark, vine
prrnlilp.nl; Mint Inez Simmons, socrn
lnrT Mini Mrs. C. A. I'olnrs, trivia
hi or.
FERRISTORUF"lr 0. G.
I filoriil ltnipr Niimcii iin ficncrnl
MmitiRcr of Itiiml.
II j AawiiiatH I'ntt filalo Wlro.
MUSKOOlii:, I'Vb. SB. -The .)ls
HMii'l, Oklahoma .t Onlr rullroiiit tn
iliiy announced Hint II. (' Kertis.
who him Ih'Oii iiutliitT (ih rccolvcr, Iiiih
lu'pii iiiiuIiv vlco iirpxlilont ntul kpii
mil liHiimiriir nf Uip ro-.nl wIipii It
rotnriid to prlyutp control Mun-li 1
Hlio niitim of tlio roml linn lircn
ivfflptnlly cti.iliKi'il to thn ICmiHin,
Oklnlioma , (Iiilf. NVvv train
wIipiIhIpk liavo lipcn nnnntincPir for
lioth Hip inirtli ami Koiitli pxttmxInnH,
I'rarllcnlly nil of thn old nniployp
nvo Iipcii rotAlni'd ut tho hpudH of
di'partnipnlH. .Many havo beon pro-inuli'd.
.Minors ict Oiitriplilor.
.lOri.IiV, mo.. I'rl). :B.- .MiiiLiircr
Jimmy llmnllton of thn Joplln
Wpsliirii IniKim toum today an
nouiiPPd that Vic Itui-dy. HI. Jonp1i
WrstPin Ioiikup outfioidor. lmd
BltriiPd a conti-iiiU to play In Joplln
IIiIh KOfiHon. I'ltchorH and oatclmrH
of tho loam will roporl for tralnlrm
Ihti! MiiiniIi 22 and llio ronmlndor of
thctoam on March 27.
Colllnt IanOpn V. M. ('. A.
Itohnrt H. (IuIIIiih. who luwi wrvod
foi' ii year hm lioyM- linlldltiK Noprolnry
of Iho Y. M. ('. A., him rpnlKiinl hit
1'onltloli. to m (-iniiii'Clril after thin
wpok with tho AiI.huh AValltor roal
citato fJrin. Mr. Colllnn will Ktlll
act iih volimtcor lender of tho "IH-Y"
chili and Iho lvinruln Aero chili, llo
wuh nn nvlator dtirhiR tho war.
IIiiiiiiIm ()itliiil? .ill.
FIVEYEARS"
OF SUFFERING
liuporn Lady Hrokc Down nnd
Whs Most Miserable, but
Cardui UroiiRbt Uclicf
and Now She Is
Well.
Movie People Taken
I ulo CtiHlodu; Held
1 Shoid on haul Sundaif
i! lo 'I hi W'irlil
l'i N' A l IT I en in Tin
mm Ii' Ihrnlrr r 1 1 1 t . . .iirwl' I
I'Ml.'i ilu v fur kripliiK ! ri Ihh
SiiiiiI,i, wnn rrHlni'i1 tndny ni.il
riliiiiii'il tin IfiU rnh lmii.1 en h
iiiiIII Mulch 3, whpfi ilitv will
IiIphiI.
A wnrrant wnn IMmi'd aliio foi
W I) TiickPr of (iklHlhotiin 'H)'.
owner of ii locil tln iler hut It hw
Oof Mil ti..rf, Mr rv I'll t '.iimn A I
lorn.' liriiuilii hnM Umt pn
lln.Hii- liil.iii i In. s.i liii nli iiun
luit i iii,,,,.iiii.,i,i n , , .! ri i in4i
lilii.'N'iiil iiu'm ri urn 1'iwi
FLYING START IS
MADE BY COUPLE
Oilman nnd Bride Uoh an
Airplane to Start on
Honeymoon.
A "flyln atari" Into malrlinnnv
wVi hpIiii'VmI by (looricn W. Dnfh nf
tin- AilHlr lipclt Oil o, AO I ICbii
nr.ly liullillnir nnd Ii In brlilr. Mil
nulla llahrr of fikoiiilKw, who flnw
from ikmiilurp to TiiIuh. by nlrpliinr
Imini'illMlfly afirr th wi-ildlriK
Wndiicailny nflnrooon In ordur lo
mi-ti-h iholr lionevniooii ithIo Tim
hrldiil piiiiiln roiirliHil UiiVCiirllMd fly
liiK fli'lil I'HHl of tho oily Ivtm Hum
a hour Htnr tin- porformanf! of tho
nmrrliiRo oeromnny, InimodlHtftly
inklnic h latl to llir rallroHit alMlon
Tliny will Npflliil a Iwo inontha'
honoyiuoon tln Talin IIpiicIi, I'In. A.
H. Npumiiih wuh llio pilot of tho
thri-c pnnwoiiKiir Curl Inn firlolr. which
norvfd nn a honeymoon Npnclal. The
bfldii'n parcnm, Alt', ntul Mm. T. .1.
linker of OkiiiiilKcii, arc mllKoii
nlrim. llolh Mr nnd Mra Deck iirf
well known In UkmiilKoc mid 'I'iiIhi
'I'hn ttmrrl.iKe took pliu-o at the nul
ilencp at !l 30 o'clock Wcilnnaduy
nflornoon.
DAMAGE OF $500 AWARDED
.liny llPluriiM cnlli t ror llcta Itlloy
In Kult ,M;nilnt Ciiil i cjcrlii i n.
Verdict for V'"" wuh returned yea
lorihiy uiortiltiK In the atitt of llulu
Itlloy hkhIiikI I'Yod I'Vyerhcrn, In
which ilninnRON of t2r.000 wore
iiHkd for lnJiirloH rccnlvnd by Hutu
Itlloy Decnmber (i. Ipl. when alio
wan ntrtick hy an HUlomnlillo owned
hy li'eycrhern and driven by hln
nuenl. Tim Pimn wna tdril In hu
pni'lor court AVeilncMilny, with In-
litruclloiiM to tho Jury that It olinnlil
riHiirii a hc.iiiiii actiiicv inurooiiy
lllornlnB.
Ilpta Hlley toallflPd that nhr waa
titrunk, at thn InlvrMcction of Main
and Hcoonil Hlrcct,i by a car iickII-
Keiilly drlen by l'oycrhcrn ti iiKent.
Hho claimed the driver of thn car did
not iiho proper procntitlntiH In irpnrnl
liii; the unto mid ih a result Hho re
ceived pcrinmiPiit InJuHeji.
DISMISS H0RN'S"PETITI0N
Cnrto TuUcn Out of Court AVhcn
.IiiiIro ItcftiMil Aincmlinent.
Suit of II C Horn iiklilK Judr
lilPtit for Kif.000 iiKalUHt the llawi
l'nrnlltiro company of thlo illy lor
iillcKPd unlawful HoUtirn of furniture,
wan illHinrs.ied in miperloT court hy
Horn's ivnnmcl when tho ennn wnn
callod for trial yesterday.
Horn elnlmed that Hhortly nfter llo
imrchaHOd furniture fniin thn ItnttH
(uitnpauy hp wan culled to war. mid
thitt ilurlnif hln nlmcnco tho company
unlawfully nclied tho furniture
CiiuiinuI for Horn united leave of the
court to it mi i ii it tho petition by the
HUbxtltUtluii of l,ono daniiiKi'H for
tho omlined U10. 000, lml thin wum ilo
nlnd bv JlidRn 1.. J. .Martin, and tho
pane wnn dlninhupil by llorn'H attor-
neyn.
SCHOOL KIDDIES Restrain ex-husband
TAUGHT TO SING
National Week of Souk Is
to Be Observed in the
I .oca I Schools. !
LEARN U S. ANTHEM
One of Turn Will Hp That
of "TuIbh Town" by Local
' ' Toucher.
rtonmi ihrit Ar old nnd MWiRa lh4
ur. new Mill be IhioiimI by atudmita
'( Tuln hla-li m4VMl In olwervunce
nf fi ulonal wrrli of aonic nl ibe two
nme ill til I en Ihla murtiltlK Mrn Illn
Wnde lleriell mitiervlvnr of tnunle In
Hi., hlr.h ai'hool, lll load Ul atnarlnK
An prloclpal Merle C I'riiiily In still
Ml at rr.a home. Ward II Oreen head
of the I'liallnh ileiiarimi nl. will lim e
i(hnrv of th ftrnl aiwiiibly ut H.1U
lAi'. liii K thH mornlini,' and K. I n-
verferth hmd of thn niil In ni.tllin
.lepnrlii mi of th ai-ciuid HMm-mbiy
Ht 10 10 u nlock. Toduv k ex. i-vUen
will be Ui iieeoiKl divided iwvttn
Itlipn held at the Mh nlmnl,
'nient nnd rtenitiiintal puPlM
of Hie Civmrai mtiiiI" KHhon will johi
In ;l I'omiiiunllv uiK Kervlce In Iho
Central arihool miilllorliini lielwcn
2:10 and il'SO Ihla flernoo Thi
IMiHoonl nintheniia, wlHeh the Will
ii ii' n ruive bii,n tii'l)lna In their
nmxfc Hiirwis will ln hiiiik In full
Mlii Mnrirarct lllll. mimic teanlierfnr
the whool, wilt dlriNji tin- "4nK," to
which nil tnernbern of llwj I'urcmt
'I'eiie.ln'rri' niixirbitlnn Imvo been ert-
eclally lnvltiil The diintr, . Ti'laa
Town.' ciimpoied by Mlaa DIpm of
WhlltliT mdiool, will bo onn of tho
iiumbernon Iho ptnicmm. The vnrnen,
which me "iiiiik to tin. tune of "'TJi
lilllle lllck Hoy," are :ih followu:
'I. 'I'ulmi town, not Ionic Hrfo.
V'na a very amnll phice tlkey mv,
IJut II ir' anil Krcw, like. JiicVri
benunlalk-
More chlhlreii CMiun every iViy
They went to hoIioiiI, but thcio wan
no loom
ml vt lhc witp tiinied awny;
So.v ului will you do for Lhrao
boya mid ulrln;
.hint thoy Hly nt homo nnd piny?
I o you know t!w nmno of the
flneat Main
In our ihir oM V. H. A.?
TIipii IInImi to mo, ii ml I'll tell you,
Wo'ro living In It today.
Anil the fluent city In nil thin
ntnlo?
Vhry, It'H Tylnn, Yph. Indeed'
AjnV In lime of peace or hi time of
war,
And It will nlwtiya take thn lead.
I'lenil Not (lullly to Charro.
Jack Allen, one of tho 17 men wOio
ewcappil from the county Jail two
weeks (iko while awnltlm; trial on the
cluirco of enmd larceny, mid later
arrented. entered a plea of not cullty
to nteullns an overcoat ut hln nr
ralKtuncnl beforo dlntrlct court yea
terday. In wan committed to Jail
to await trlnl on thn clianjo at the
March term of court.
Wat'li Bpctlnn Nine. Tulna Aulo
moblln Show March 1 to fi - Advt.
Wife I I.iIiiih He l.oi liTiil Iter lliitnci
mnl fcr Wnrnliiic IIckiiiici'm lo
lnii 'nuiiilctiiil Her llfo.
TeniDornrj ren'rultilna; order pre-!
ventltiK the former htmband from'
inieiferlnr llli Kate ,1. I'nrrlno mull
her pofmpBiilon nf a roaldenca nl I 112
I. ih xtii i ef i wii-, mnde in dm
rir' nmrl ytsterJay In liar pet.tion
iixkinK perteancni ordrr ngulnni
Joneph N I'errlne.
Mm. I'errlne rliilm ahe w.ia 1 1 -'
vorced from her huahaiid September
20, niT. Hhe nayn that within thn I
pant few tnontha lie has como to her1
home and beaten bar and threidnued '
hur with othr phyleal harm. Hear
Ini? nn the permanent order In net
Tor Mai eli 4 hnforo, JuiIrd H. Ii.
Cole.
linrucr llctiini Mnde oil Capital In
pal'il, Vliltclmn.t llcimrla.
OKUMIOMA CITY. Knit. 26.
Two hundred thousand farmers of
OkHhomn had nn nveraKn income
of CI. 1.00 for 1019 from l.helr farmn,
J.' . WliKohurnt, prenlihiit of Uia
nlnte hoard of agriculture, nayn In n
'hn retMirl rihniw fntmern of thin
fltftto mode n tarser r-ottim on thlr
rapltnl Invented ithnn thow; In other
nlnlert, Taking tho principal :ropn
of the mate It rtliowa tJiat tho In
come for each ncra won meatw 11 an
tliftjt In plder ntuten Willi hlifhcr
triced laml. Tlie averaito ynltio ti
enoh ncro of plow land In 'the Htnte
placed nt I3K. while for the en
tire t'nllftd Ktalm It In phiooil nt
71.31. The Income front the farm
inoil of Okl.ihoma l' hie I j'c
nore Iikoiiip for ear-h nor ih ,
avornre IhlotiRhiOUl trio cm .1'
21 of the lending frOi. '
Tho rert nlw shows Unit o,
l.oma pi-oducoil crops Vilued .
jj74,7r.s,roo m iri3, i.ivn o muI
are viluetl at J04,03?,00n.
prodlictn JJO.000,000, crb nnd novi
try t0.000,000. Oil romiMc.
reiilnN unvc the fnrinern r.-'non
000 more, nmkliu; a totni .n.1)trJ
from the kind of $71,705 ooo.
r 4
Kupnrn, Mis. Mm. II. n. Tedder,
recently upoko ns followM. "About
fln yenrn bro ... I hroko
down and look to my bod.
What I Mtffnrcd no one know, I
wan In o much pain from my Unpen
o my w-Hlit, crnmpliiR ami drawlnK.
until 1 thought I would certainly
die
I prow ho, wook I couldn't cat, and
no dUzy and faint ntul uvury time 1
mooiI on my fcot I had tho moat
mlnornlilo and heavy foelltiR m the
lower pirt of niy body,
r pecan on Cardui. It htratiKih
ened me after a few donon and di
minished tho , . , after tho
first bottle. I commenced to feel
better. I rcKnined my apputito
, .'I took tho Cardui right
along ... I am well and
Htronp, That haa been four years
1 can dp all my work and feel fine
Cardui linn been found to ho a
valuable tonlo tar women, H in
composed of harm I CM medicinal In
gredients, which act In a mild nnd
ecu llo way on tho Fystem IipIP
o build up tho body and nerves.
Your dJUfuist aells Cardui. Try
)i I
Hubert A. Moltlrney
l''unernl director l'iono l'ifi-191.
913 South Main, -AdU.
ClIA It A CTlilt It HA DING
A Ufa anrt rtitmrtr reRilfair will mutt
you more iu-t -ntul nrwUllj ami fl
ii ir I nil r
l)lt. SIMfoOiXS
rhrtnf loclit and Charactar Iteaitu.
117 flouth Cincinnati,
Meyer's Market
.Vow (Jnx'i'ry and .Moat Market
Now iiX'ii at il'-ll N. Xiinlliiis
with a full lino of KrPMh
.Meala and liiocoiieH, n do
llvcr Kree Cllvo tin' a ( ill
FISH
Today the following as
sortment is offered in
fresh Fish:
Cat
Snapper
Selkirk White
biiiiuui-u a.iivi Tf liliu
Smoked White
Smelts
Finnic Mnddic
SETTLES
Cash Market
16 Enst Second
For a Real Appetizing
Breaktast
aivias
these brisk niornitiKS, cut Perfect Cream Doughnuts
and drink Iloston niend Coffee. The, combination will
delight you.
If you eat yoiir breakfast downtown, go lo one of our
doughnut shops, corner Third and Moulder or 2M South
l'oston, where wo have quick, comfortable table serv
ice. For the home we feature Perfect Cream Doughnuts in
half and dozen lots, and our Boston Blend Coffee (the
best there is) in pound packages.
TRY THEM
Original Doughnut Shop
No.' 2
Corner Third and Boulder
Opp. Postofficc
Charge Purchases Made During the Remainder of'this Month Will Appear on March Statements, Payable April 1st
Appealing Dresses
Of Wool Jersey
Of Silk Taffeta
llundredn of theno renaonalily priced
frookx to choomi from at very moderate,
price. There arn cliarmltn; typea with
KlrdlPH that tin In the hack and em
broidery trimmed- another In coat efoet
Willi wldo belt, pockeln and collars em
broidered. Theso Jerneys arc nhowu In
tunny rotors.
Thn taffetaa arn In numerous different
alylen and colors nn well om hlnok. Thoy
are trliiuAeil wlih touchea of hand-etn-broidery,
l.ico trimmed oollara, plalta and
ruff lea, and have abort slouves.
Tlie Jerseys 15.00 to 34.50
The Taffetas 24.50 to 49.50
Third I'loor Salon.
' Halliburton-Abbott Co. !'
i
Today A Day of
Millinery "Specials"
An Unusual Sale of Sailors
For smart business and street wear
many women are wanting neat tai
lored sailors. To meet this demand
and create interest in our millinery
section Friday we offer a "special"
in roll brim, soft lacquered rough
straw banded tmijors.
In addition aro droop and slinlclil brim
iihhIcIm of plneiippln hnilil In black mid two
time effrcts pn tlllv bamlcil.
'I'lili iillii'lioii offers a rooiI rtiolco of
xpcclul tnlucp.
Special at 3.98
Children's Pretty Sailors
Basket Weave Hats in Straight and
Roll Brim Styles
"TlatH for iiKen 0 lo 10 years shown In a
Rood assortment of colora roae-and-navy.
Copnn-and-rosc, tan-and-navy, and other
combinations. They nro exceptional at
anythlnR llko this price.
Special at 1.98
Millinery Section Third floor.
1
Choice, Seasonable
Silk "Specials"
Chiffon Dress Taffeta
An e,leR.(nt assortment of flue dyo taffets tho
best thn market afford In uuullty and color
InRn, lucltldlnR plenty ofxtho popular hrown,
navy, bhick and whltej 3f! In. wide. Thin ape
clal reduction aolvcH tho taffota dress A ((
problem. Yard, special, 2.38 lo 'i.Ul
Changeable Taffeta
Thin lino cmbrnccH almost overy color com
bination lmiiKinabln; a hlRh Krndii chiffon taf
feta priced below todny'n wholesale market;
30 In. wide; splendid btyle. and aerv- S QQ
Icenblo quality. Y'ard, apcclal aWaOt
Fancy Chiffon
Another favored fabric, of alioer construction,
practical and aenalhlo for this cllmuto; In beau
tiful floral comlilnatlonH and Oriental offects;
to and 43 In. wldo, Special Qf
Friday only 0C
Crepe de Chine
Junt when crepe de, chine prices are adranclnR
skyward and becomlnR very scarco w offer
a very pood quality In a full color ranpe for
street. seml-drcKn and white, maize, orchid.
Pink and flesh for underwear. n rrf
Krlday only, special Ci I D
The Glove Sale
Continues Friday
Trustworthy quality Imported Krench kid
rIovoh, two-clnsp and ovcr-enm sewn;
In brown, tan, whlto antl black; soft, plal
hie Kid skins, In small sizes only. - AQ
Very special, pair JL.iO
aiora Section Main Floor,
Two Splendid Blouse "Specials"
lloonii-o of llm oxccIli'iHV of values offered, nr liolletp liuudrcilH
of thrift) women will take niliiinlnire of IIicmj IiIoiim) "sik-cLiIh."
'riierororo, for hint wltH'tlon i'Iiimi early.
Excellent Georgette Blouses
ltlounes mndo of very Rood quality Reorijetto in Copen, navy,
sunset, flesh color and white, and trimmed with luces, yarn
embroidery or beadiiiR In colors. and short -J fi ff
slcevus, rlbUon Rlrdles, collarlesH. Kpccial.... XVaUU
Blouses in Extra Sizes
I a rue women who havo difficulty In securlnR attractive blouses
should tako advantaRo of this offer. Thcro are. cropo do chliici
lrv white and flesh, ReorRcttes In coral, whlto and flesh. SOmo
of tho crnpo do chines aro plain types with roll collura A QK
nnd pearl buttons. A Rood variety. Hpeclal fr.it)
The New Wirthmors are Here
Many women bent on economy nro buylnn Mouses, which
nrn In great favor unaln; nthnrs do so throiigli choice, for they,
offer real, downrlRht sensiblo values. Theao new - (?A
Wirthmors nro tho limit or Rood value at JLaDU
Blouaa Stlon TWrd Floor.
For Children
Jack Tar Togs
Dresses
Middies and Middy Skirts v
Wo bellovo thChe to bo the best wnsh dress
values for Rlrls within school hrcs obtainable.
They nro oxicptlonally well made of extra
Rood chambray jjincham, klndrrRiirton cloth
mid white (luetic. In tact, they're rlRht up lo
thn standard of tho Jack Tar Tors linn. Colors
luoiudo white, pink, blue, nreen nnd strlpos In
pink and blue.
Dresses 4.95 to 9.50
Middies 1.95 to 3.95
Mlttea' Shopl'onrth lloor.
R. & G. Corsets for Spring
New Styles at Popular Prices
Front laco and back
laco II. & O. Corsets,
well in ado of pink nov
elty material, whito ba
tlsto and coutll, in
styles to conform with
the now sprlnn fash
Ions. Shown In med
ium and low bust or
triples models, with
long skirt extension,
fcea hlpllno ami Rood
hoso supportors.
Priced 1.50
6 jl
These corsets nro guln
tnc new admirers each
season nmnnff women
who nlm to economlzo.
Kqull'Ped with tho
propeV in o d o 1. tho
wearer finds herself
well nnd comfortably
corseted at small cost.
Wo nro showinR tho
more favoied models In,.
H. & t!. Corsots. Select
now from complete
stocks.
up to 6. SO
Boys' Wash Suits
"Tom Sawyer" Malic
In Sizes for Boys 3 to 6 Years
To fit out the llttlo Inds with Rood wear
Itiff now fashioned wnsh suits at attrac
tive prices is frequently a real problem
to many mothers. We bellovo we ran
help solve these difficulties with ''Torn
Sawyer" Wash Suits. "
Tlley aro In clever styles for llttlo boys
and aro exceptionally well mndo of Tom
Sawyer cloth, with all scams felled and
double stitched. There are Oilier Twist
mid Middy modcbi, iiomo with collars In
contrasting colors, and sleeves short or
lotiR. Shown In hluo-and-whlto stripes
mid dark blue.
Priced 2.95 to 5.50
Fourth noor.
Attractive, New
Colored Wash Fabrics
High in Popular Favor
Varying from the subdued shades to tho pat
terns that aro veritably a rlol of colors, these
sheer Materials for protly washable drees
aro In very wide demand. Stocks offer best
selecflons at Hits time.
Printed Batiste
Good, sheer, washabio batisto In pretty floral
patterns and very desirable for neat, altrnctlvn
housn dresses; 30 Inches wide mid Afd,
priced, the yard...'...,.., 4tUL
Tissue Gingham
Shown In an excellent quality sheer tissue in
dainty plaids, stripes, checks and plain color
27 Inches wldo. Theso tlesuo RlnRhnms are
favoreTl by tho new styles for pretty t?(
dresses. Tho yard OUC
Printed Voiles
Dolt upon holt of attractlvo light and dark
colored voiles In printed patterns for new
stirlnp dresses; 40 Inches wide, u width that
cuts economically. Tho
yard, priced ODC
Plain Colored Organdies
A Rood Rrado of orRiindy In a wldo rmiRo of
plain, scasonablo sprlnp colors; flno and sheer.
10 Inches wide and excellent value r7CT
nt, the. yard OC
Socona Floor.
Fancy Box Stationery
Friday Special
Manufacturer's floor samples In fine
boxed paper and eiivoltrpes or envelopes
and correspondence cards of QA,,
cxcollcnt quality, at bor, special. . 0C
Main Floor.
For Spring Sewers
New Ginghams
27-lucli New Irphft t.ltiRlimus; new patterns in
plaids, stripes and plain. ' Yard Itllc
27-lmii Now l)ris (lliudinms In Rood quulny
nnd pretty sprigs' patterns. Yard, Illc
:ii;-Iiiili Dross liliiRlinnw In flno quality and
fast plain colors. The yard 7."c
II'J-liicJi Iirrnlno Ilrcss CliiRliaiiLs; prcttv, f.isi
color, fancy plaids. Yard s.'ic
32-Incli Imported Plaid UliiKhaiiis In flno qual
Hy and patterns. Tho yard 1.00
S2-liich ImiMirtciI Silk ClnRhaius In fast-col
ored, nttrncilvo plaids. Yard 1 .23
.IO-IikIi lVrcsilc in Rood quality, fast colors
and neat patterns. Yard .ilftc
:ia-Iuch I'lTcnluH In choice quality and deslr
ablo patterns. Tho yard 50c
Second rioor.
Excellent Table Damask
70-Inch I'lno IniHirlPl
Table Unmask in a splen
did quality that wears
well and launders splen
didly, Rood patterns, Tho
yard, priced 2.00
70-Inch lniwinct Tallin
Dniiui.sk in a heavy, Rood
woartni; quality t h u t
rIvcs satisfactory sor,v
Icoj many deslrablo pat-torus-
Tho yard,
priced U.25
70-Iucli lmiHirtcil Idnen
Tablo Duinaik in Rood
quality mid nice iibsort
ment of attractlvo pat
terns to chose from. Tho
yard, priced 3.110
72-Inch Imported Tahlo
Damask in extra heavy
quality; a collection of
numerous pleasltiR pat
terns for selection; laun
ders beaiitlfuUv.. ,5.00
Napkins to Match the Above Damasks.
Second Door.
Laces and Embroideries
Specials
.loh I -a cos In ono lot, 'I
to 1 Vj Inches wide,
mntche.d set. The yard,
special for Prlday . . I Oo
10. In, Shadow Iiicrx In
white; eood to uno for
attractlvo pottle oat
flounces, Yard,- spe
cial JOo 1
Ilinhnilderisl CiIrps for
5 and 6-Inch widths in
arij extra Rood values at,
Second
27-ln. llm broidery
rioiiuiiiiR on Rood
nainsook, solid and eye
let deslRns. Yard, spe
cial mo
Imtlntlrui Corchcl lice
with Insertions to
match; oti lot 3 to 4
Ins. wide. The yard,
special . . . f i .is-
children's wear: one lot.
pleasltiR deslRtii). Theso
yarn, dpeclal u
Floor.
Seasonable White Goods
I'njnma Checks In light
-weight for summer par
mpnts; 30 Inches wldo;
a Rood valuo at very
nominal price. Tho yard,
priced , ...... ,30c
I'njmiia Checks In nn as
sortment of larRO nnd
small chocks; shown In a
splendid wearing quality;
full 36 Inches wldo. Tho
yurd, priced 5l)c
Cnncy Whlto Voiles In
stripes, checks and plaid
pattorus; a wldo selec
tion of patterns to select
front; full 36 ins. wide.
Tho yard, priced . . . .jiBc
rmioy Imported Whlto
Orgnndli-H In attractlvo,
dainty striped and plnid
patterns; shown In very
choice, excellent wearing
quality. Tho yard,
priced 1.7Ji
Second Floor'
Watch Our Windows
The displays are in
formative of tho lat
est styles as well as
frequent special sav
ings opportunities.
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Fifth and Main St.
I 1 l"M his Htm k
Sore
Hours
8:30 to
Phone 6060 5:30 p.m.
We quote no former
or comparative prices
in Qur advertising.
We let you bo the
judge of values.
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